Why does PC Advisor

  knockin on 01:16 11 Apr 11

need digg.com operating in the backgound on its' web site, Please

  interzone55 09:34 11 Apr 11

There's a link to share pages with Digg, but I don't see it running in the background on my system, and I've just checked the page source and background processes for the page within my Chrome browser (v 10.0.648.204 on Windows 7 Enterprise)

  knockin on 10:13 11 Apr 11

thanks Alan, My firefox script checker flagged it up as new. My limited understanding asks why it is needed. I think I should have put this in the helproom.

  James Hull 20:28 11 Apr 11

Yep, that Javascript is for the share via digg button around the site (including above this thread).

  knockin on 20:32 11 Apr 11

O.K. Thank you

  knockin on 20:34 11 Apr 11

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